There has been much said about the sequel to 2005’s ‘No Entry’. The latest was that producer Boney Kapoor was waiting for Salman Khan before it went on the floors. However, it seems the director is not quite on the same place.
“Salman is a fantastic actor, he is a star. If he is part of the film then it is really very good, but if he doesn’t want to do it then we will have to think of another actor with all plus and minus points and accordingly work towards it (story). Whenever Salman is part of a film it does benefit (the film),” said Bazmee, according to TOI.
Bazmee also added, “When we made ‘No Entry’, he had a very small role in it. It was actually like a guest (appearance), he had 15-20 days of work. But people loved his part. He did a great job with his character. But in the sequel, the role is bigger”.
Khan’s dates are understandably packed with the upcoming projects he has.
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